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Write former Gov. Don Siegelman in prison

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Message Paula Hurst
I received a letter from Gov. Siegelman yesterday. For once, it was not positive and upbeat. He talked about how he's been in prison for 8 months and hasn't even got to file an appeal yet.
I think he's getting depressed. Let's all send him a valentine card (or two)! I think that would cheer him up. Also, his birthday is coming up on the 24th. I think it would be great if he got lots of birthday cards too! His address is:
Don Siegelman
FPC P O Box 5010
Oakdale La 71463
For background on this case, see Ernest Partridge, "The Gulag comes to America: The Don Siegelman Case": click here
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I live in Decatur AL. I am a lifelong Democrat. I started writing to Don in prison and he answered me! We have become friends. I taught school for four years and then I went to work For the Government, where I am a Claims Assistant.
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